Turning Point

Book Turning Point
Book Title
Turning Point
Publisher
Xulon Press
Author
Robert L. Morgan, III
ISBN
1600340024
Pages
116
Publish Date
2006-06

Time for a Turning Point

Book Time for a Turning Point
Book Title
Time for a Turning Point
Publisher
Simon and Schuster
Author
Charlie Kirk,Brent Hamachek
ISBN
1682612473
Pages
288
Publish Date
2016-10-04

Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk shares a vision for America’s future embracing first principles, free markets, and small government. Kirk provides a roadmap on how to return to a free America, with an emphasis on reaching our youth and engaging them in the process. During the 2016 Presidential election cycle, it has become clear that there is growing frustration on the part of many Americans with the general direction of the nation. There has been an abandonment of the principles of free markets and limited government upon which America was founded. We didn't get to this point over just the last eight years and it’s going to take more than one or two election cycles to reverse it. In Time for a Turning Point Charlie Kirk shows exactly what needs to be done and how it needs to be done to restore America's freedom. This is a book of hope, not despair—book of action, not condolences.

Turning Point

Book Turning Point
Book Title
Turning Point
Publisher
iUniverse
Author
Joyce D. Weinsheimer
ISBN
0595205348
Pages
128
Publish Date
2001-11-01

Turning Point is written for college students who are on probation and want to get off. If you're just putting in time until the college says "Out!" this book is not for you. If, on the other hand, you genuinely want to earn your degree and are wondering how to make that happen, Turning Point offers ideas to consider, questions to ask, and strategies to try. Since there's no single formula for doing well in college, this book will not tell you "the way" to graduate. Instead, by using this worktext, you will do the guided thinking and writing about the problems you face so you can find an approach to college that works for you. Completing the exercises gives you a chance to personalize the information you read. And because your circumstances and experiences are unique to you, you need to take an active part in figuring out what to do next. So use this book as a practical tool to explore your options, and start getting off probation and on with your education today!

The Turning Point

Book The Turning Point
Book Title
The Turning Point
Publisher
American Psychiatric Pub
Author
Alex Sareyan
ISBN
9780880485609
Pages
309
Publish Date
1994

The Turning Point is the first comprehensive chronicle of the contributions made by conscientious objectors who volunteered for service in America's mental hospitals and state institutions for the developmentally disabled during Word War II. It brings together excerpts from Life, Reader's Digest, and The Cleveland Press, as well as letters and personal reminiscences that recall the shock and distress of conscientious objectors at the conditions in state mental hospitals.

Turning Point

Book Turning Point
Book Title
Turning Point
Publisher
Crossroad Classic
Author
Robert McClory
ISBN
9780824516130
Pages
224
Publish Date
1997-01

This eminently rereadable account of the birth control commision is a fine popular history and an incalcuable contribution to ongoing discussion about conception and the Catholic Church.

Turning Point

Book Turning Point
Book Title
Turning Point
Publisher
Routledge
Author
Robert Ayres
ISBN
1134179782
Pages
192
Publish Date
2014-03-18

This text discusses the current basis of economic growth, concluding that it is is failing to deliver, and is actually harming our prospects for future security. Further arguments propose a possible long-term strategy for economic revival - eco-restructuring. This strategy involves a shifting away from production of goods to production of services, closing material cycles and eliminating reliance on non-renewable resources.

Ernest Hemingway

Book Ernest Hemingway
Book Title
Ernest Hemingway
Publisher
Atlantic Publishers & Dist
Author
Satyabrata Das
ISBN
9788171564408
Pages
112
Publish Date
1996

This Study Endeavours To Trace Out Some Of The Missing Dimensions Of Ernest Hemingway S Writings, And The Search Brings This Author To Spain, Not The Usual Hemingway S Spain Of Corrida De Toros (Bullfighting), But The Spain In Flames, During Its Terrible Civil War. What Hemingway S Protagonists Were Striving To Realize All Their Lives Come True In The Smoke And Fire Of The Spanish Civil War. Hereafter Hemingway Was A Different Personality, A Different Artist With A Strikingly Different Artist With A Strikingly Different Approach To Life And Situations That Was Visible On The Thematic As Well As Stylistic Level Of His Latter/Post Spanish Civil War Writings. This Book Spans The Entire Stretch Of Hemingway S Writings, And Highlights The Transformation In The Process.

Turning Point

Book Turning Point
Book Title
Turning Point
Publisher
Universal Law Publishing
Author
Neelakanta Ramakrishna Madhava Menon
ISBN
9788175348189
Pages
132
Publish Date
2009

Turning Point

Book Turning Point
Book Title
Turning Point
Publisher
Good Book Publishing Company
Author
Dick B.
ISBN
9781885803078
Pages
749
Publish Date
1997

Dick B. is today regarded as the leading A.A. historian. He is a writer, Bible student, retired attorney, and active recovered member of the A.A. fellowship. He has brought to the history table: (1) His strong belief in the Creator, Christianity, and the Bible as the main source book for truth. (2) His long and fervent work with newcomers in helping them to overcome their alcoholism with the power of God. (3) His talents in writing and research that emerged from his work at the University of California where he received a Phi Beta Kappa key, his editorship of the Stanford Law Review, and his vigorous practice in writing and presenting legal briefs before many many courts. This mid-point treatise had been followed by and added up to 33 A.A. history titles so far. This book is foundational.

Turning Points in Australian History

Book Turning Points in Australian History
Book Title
Turning Points in Australian History
Publisher
UNSW Press
Author
Martin Crotty,David Andrew Roberts
ISBN
1921410566
Pages
302
Publish Date
2009

"Following on from the successful Great Mistakes in Australian History, Turning Points shows us key moments, serious decisions, random coincidences that really did change the course of history. Seventeen of Australia's leading historians prompt us to see history differently, in a challenging and engaging way."--Provided by publisher.

The Turning Point

Book The Turning Point
Book Title
The Turning Point
Publisher
FriesenPress
Author
James A. Guitard
ISBN
1525565281
Pages
N.A
Publish Date
2020-04-23

You’re starting a new venture but can’t seem to catch any traction, or you’re in business for years but never able to get ahead. Something needs to change… Are you ready for a Turning Point? THE TURNING POINT offers practical ideas for the key areas of your business and actionable steps that lead to success. It provides the foundational knowledge required to deal with unknown and unexpected challenges. After applying the information in this book, you’ll have the critical understanding necessary to take the right action at the right time for your unique circumstances. The Turning Point will help you: • Understand the fundamentals required to run any business • Focus on the key areas critical for long-term success • Avoid ideas that waste time, energy and money • Capitalize on any opportunity regardless of market conditions

Turning Point

Book Turning Point
Book Title
Turning Point
Publisher
Oxford University Press on Demand
Author
C. Sue Furman
ISBN
0195113845
Pages
224
Publish Date
1997-04-01

The thirteen million women now between the ages of forty-five and fifty-four have focused attention on menopause as a major health issue and greatly increased the demand for information on this once taboo topic. In Turning Point, biologist and author, Sue Furman puts menopause into perspective as one of many hormone-driven events in the continuum of a women's physical and emotional growth. Furman takes a close look at the powerful influence hormones have on a woman's life, from bone growth and memory functions, to sometimes even swaying a woman's choice of Mr. Right. She then looks at the myriad symptoms that may arise around the time of menopause, including hot flashes, mood swings, migraine headaches, and palpitations, and explains exactly what is happening when these symptoms occur and how to alleviate or cope with them. Finally, Furman discusses the pros and cons of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and how simple life-style choices like good-nutrition and moderate exercise can have a significant impact on the menopause transition. Debunking the many myths and fears surrounding menopause by providing women with easy-to-grasp, reliable information, Turning Point helps women retain the peace of mind--and sense of humor--that can make menopause a healthy experience and allow women to move confidently into the second half of life.

The Turning Point

Book The Turning Point
Book Title
The Turning Point
Publisher
Notion Press
Author
Amit Paathak
ISBN
1648926142
Pages
170
Publish Date
2020-07-19

For most people, life’s goals are about getting a good education, earning a great college degree and eventually settling down with a nice job with a decent income and a loving family. For some, however, as the shine of educational and career accomplishments dim over the years, there comes the pause-and-ponder phase, where questions begin to whisper in your mind. • Is this the life you envisioned in terms of health, wealth, career and relationships? Are you satisfied with it? • Does your routine work feel like a drag? • Does the question: ‘what am I doing with my life?’ pop up often in your mind? • Do you sometimes hear the inner voice say you are meant to do something different? • Are you dejected that it is too late to start something you are passionate about? The Turning Point is for those who want to shift gears in life, revisit their dreams and passions but feel scared of abandoning comforts and facing the hard work, failures, and morale-breaking difficulties. It is even for those who cannot muster the courage to achieve their goals despite the intent. Everyone knows about the power of motivation, but here you will experience the power of dissatisfaction and how it can produce unlimited energy to propel you towards achieving challenging goals you have dreamt of! The practical system described in this book is a proven scientific process adopted by numerous people who have benefited from its simplicity and practicality. You will come to face what makes you procrastinate and understand how we unknowingly wear layers of limiting beliefs over the years, which have slowly changed us from who we used to be in going after what we wished for. The system teaches you how to be that way again and set off on a new course of self-growth. Are you ready for abundant success? Are you ready to be unstoppable?

Turning Point

Book Turning Point
Book Title
Turning Point
Publisher
Oxford University Press, USA
Author
Sue Welford
ISBN
9780192751393
Pages
132
Publish Date
2002

Jayce is at a turning point in her life. She wants to stay on at school and take 'A' levels, but her father insists she must leave school and get a job, to earn some money to help the family farm. She is also uncertain about whether she should sleep with her boyfriend of many years as she's not sure whether she's ready or not. But when she discovers the journal of her great-grandmother, she finds she can draw parallels between her own life and that of her great-grandmother and is able to deal with all her insecurities about her future, her sexuality, and her family.

The Turning Point

Book The Turning Point
Book Title
The Turning Point
Publisher
Trafford Publishing
Author
Angela R. Camon
ISBN
1490716130
Pages
124
Publish Date
2014-03

Have you drift off course in relationship with God? Have you been enticed by Satan's schemes and fallen back into a lifestyle of sin? Do you have a longing in your heart to have close intimate fellowship with God once again? Maybe you are not the one who has turned away from God, but perhaps you know someone who was once in a loving relationship with God, devoted to living life for him, but now have turned their back on God. If you have found yourself in either of these scenarios, then The Turning Point Rebuilding Your Relationship With God is the book for you. The Turning Point- Rebuilding Your Relationship with God addresses some of the enticing schemes that Satan uses to cause believers to become disloyal to God and commit spiritual adultery. It expounds on the dangers of drifting off course and the devastating effects that it can have on one's life. Using biblical examples, it demonstrates the point that even the most devoted Christian can stray away if he or she falls prey to the temptations orchestrated by Satan. It also provides a strategic plan on how a Christian can remain anchored and techniques that they can use to prevent them from falling back into a lifestyle of sin. The Turning Point gives those who may have backslidden, a step by step approach to reaching a turning point and the guidance needed in rebuilding their relationship with God. Finally, this book stresses the role and responsibility that each Christian plays in helping an erring brother or sister return to God.

Hmong at the Turning Point

Book Hmong at the Turning Point
Book Title
Hmong at the Turning Point
Publisher
Worldbridge Assocs Limited
Author
Dao Yang
ISBN
Pages
168
Publish Date
1993

A Turning Point

Book A Turning Point
Book Title
A Turning Point
Publisher
iUniverse
Author
Kalayah Fisher-Hall
ISBN
059540541X
Pages
56
Publish Date
2006-07-01

A Turning Pointis funny, witty and gritty. It is poetry from the heart and gives hope of a new beginning!

Turning Point

Book Turning Point
Book Title
Turning Point
Publisher
Greenwood Publishing Group
Author
Dan Tschirgi,Robert Tschirgi
ISBN
9780275999568
Pages
226
Publish Date
2007

Seeks to understand the attacks of 9/11 and the continuing terrorist threat to the United States in terms of the marginalization of the Arab world.

The Turning Point

Book The Turning Point
Book Title
The Turning Point
Publisher
AuthorHouse
Author
Katina S. Acker
ISBN
1438996780
Pages
149
Publish Date
2009

The manuscript, "The Turning Point, When the Pleaser of Man Becomes a Servant of the Lord," is a call for believers to stand up to core values and teachings of Christianity in the face of challenges and not to submit to the ways of the world. In the book I address the current state of affairs, where people have submitted to the demands and expectations of others to shape the way they live, most often against the virtues taught by Jesus Christ and how it parallels with the struggles in the lives of the men and women of our Biblical times. I address some of the issues we face on a daily basis such as; daily pressures, premarital sex, and the various life roles that we must play. In the latter part of the manuscript I share personal testimonies about my life struggles because of the workings of the devil and how I found peace and joy through the salvation of Jesus Christ. And I close with exhorting everyone to check their own lives and live up to the ways of righteousness.

The Turning Point

Book The Turning Point
Book Title
The Turning Point
Publisher
Author
Allen Roberts
ISBN
Pages
N.A
Publish Date
1970